Update: Sold out
The dirty little secret about fitness trackers is that a lot of people try them for a few months, then stash them in a drawer. That’s fine—they aren’t for everyone—but if you want to test one out before spending $100 on a Fitbit, this $20 tracker from Aukey looks like a solid entry-level option.
So what are you giving up here compared to a higher end tracker? It doesn’t measure your heart rate, its battery only lasts a few days, and you can’t swim with it. But otherwise, it’ll count your steps, estimate your calories, and sync all of that data to your phone over Bluetooth. Plus, the band actually has a USB-A connector built in, meaning you can charge it by plugging it directly into a computer, no cable required. Just use promo code TRACKER8 at checkout to get the deal.
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